By default, a word search will do a
search on the word as typed and variations of the word such
as bank, banking, and banker. To search solely for the term
bank, place the word in double quotations, "bank."
- Use of the operator AND
will return results containing all of the search words specified.
Example: cats AND dogs
Refine your queries
with the NOT keyword to exclude certain text
from your search. For example, if you want to find all instances
of surfing but not surfing the Net, write
the following query:
surfing AND NOT
- Add the OR
keyword to select documents that include at least one of the
search terms specified, for example:
Abbott OR Costello
This query finds all pages
that mention Abbott or Costello or both.